An offshore platform, or semi-submersible rig, built or adapted to provide living quarters for drilling and production personnel.
Land leased for oil and gas exploration and development; usually descriptive of more than one lease.
A term used generally to indicate special chemicals that may be added to products to improve their characteristics.
The solution / liquid which is filled along with gas to enable spraying.
A rotary drilling technique in which compressed air is used instead of fluids to circulate, or bring to the surface, bits of rock and other cuttings from the drill bit.
An enhanced recovery technique in which air is injected into the petroleum formation to increase reservoir pressure.
A production technique in which an air balance beam pumping unit is used to lift oil to the surface.
Primarily white spirit and hexane for industrial use.
A refining process for converting light, gaseous olefins into high-octane gasoline components (the reverse of cracking).
A composition of two or more metals.